Family Guy > Family Guy Review: "Brian and Stewie" > Comments Page 2
You have to ask yourself how a show about a dog eating the shit out of a babie's ass and then licking his crack makes prime time.
Oh wait, its america....
*This* is mainstream entertainment? Are you people actually defending this as quality programming? This is one of the reasons the world hates you, imposing your poisonous culture across the world as a beacon of elightened progress wether we want it or not.
Burn to the ground soon, pls
i ship brian/stewie
I just want to draw the attention to some of the huge historical mistake mentioned in that very offensive show. Don’t care if it was intentionally or none intentionally. In one of the episode: when peter met the Jewish accountant he said to that Jewish guy what you guys don’t do. Lois said: no they (the Jewish) built the pyramids (this is the mistake I am talking about). Jewish people never built the pyramids Egyptians did not the Jews. However Egyptians slavery the Jews a lot and they might be used them as work force amongst the other work force used to build the pyramids. They (the Jews) keep laying about that facts every where even in Egypt it self. But the history is very clear to every body This is just to correct and express a fact in the history can’t be ignored.
my mom at a young age taught me that everyone is entitled to their own opinion and I respect that, BUT to those who say that this was the worst episode of family guy...are obviously wayy to used to Peter ragging on meg, all the cutaways,a chicken fight and everything else that comes with a family guy episode. This was by far the best episode of family guy I have seen in a long time. The last 5 mins were amazing. Sometimes its good to think while watching a funny show.
While I personally feel that Bryan licking feces from Stewie's asshole was a little much, I couldn't help but think it was very South-Park-esque to push the limits of acceptable comedy in such a dramatic fashion.
For instance, if this had happened on South Park with say...Randy and Jimbo, people would have likely found it hysterical. However, Family Guy has always been a little deeper with character development than South Park, particularly in terms of Brian and Stewie. I think viewers and long-time fans felt a little betrayed by seeing their favorite characters so defamed. While characters are frequently mocked and seen breaking their usual persona, this instance was not humorous enough to justify such a radically repulsive scenario for many.
That all being said, I liked the episode, and also thought Adult Swim was a buncha girls for editing it so much.
I'm not going to down no one on either side of "love or hate" yhis episode. This was one of the best episodes ever. Top ten, in my opinion. There was no "child porn" that I could see. Just a deep admiration for each other between Brian and Stewie. A brotherly love, so to speak. There was a message in this episode and you have to actually pay attention. Sure I was taken aback because there wasn't much humor. But, this was a different direction for the 150th show. I doubt that this will happen again. Bravo Seth! It was a masterpiece.
Worse than the Cleveland Show. We don't watch for this Seth, draw a picture or something. You have a careers worth of material sitting in DC right now.
Okay, since everyone else seems to lean all the way in one direction or the other, I just felt like venting my middle-of-the-road opinion. My thanks to anyone actually reading it.
I haven't been a huge fan of Family Guy in a long time. This episode was different, and I do applaud the experimentation, and I'm glad they finally got bored with the Conway Twitty, etc. Chaos knows I was bored of it years ago. I just wish Seth and co. would decide if they want to make a prime-time comedy or not. Pick one...feces humor, or suicide drama. They don't fit together..for me. My opinion, not a fact. And it does seem like they are pandering for an Emmy to me. Of course, they aren't the first to try.
i just want to know who, or what, opened the safe door at the end to let the guys out. is this a reference to something ... tv show, movie, book ... ?
This episode is more eye opening and has such a stronger message than not being funny.
I'm completely taken aback by this episode and there were some parts that really touched something I've thought about before and this has opened my eyes.
If you do not appreciate this episode you are a heartless moron who has never gone through a hard day in your life.
I think it was very good, I agree with the article here, may be it wasn't the best, and certainly not the best for a 150th, but it was very different and good, it wasn't boring by any chance, and it was very smart.
Worst Family Guy episode EVER!
Wow, from reading this it looks like the people who liked this episode are morons. Not for liking the episode but for thinking if you don't like it you're brain dead. Ok, I get they are trying something different but that doesn't say anything about the quality. For people who say "You're a moron if you don't want the change" Well what if the makers of 24 or Lost decided to try something different and turn their shows into a slapstick sitcom? would that be brilliant because it's different. Now for the arguement that it was great because it was deep, etc, etc. I enjoy being challenged with TV and movies. But that kind of deepness does not contain a huge sequence of Brian eating Stewie's shit and licking his arse. Sorry I don't find content bordering on being child porn "Deep and meaningful".
THE WORST EPISODE EVER! I hated every second of it.. Mike Henry was right to have his own show "The Cleveland Show". If I was him, I'd fire Seth MacFarlane.. The episode sucked ass :)
I'm amused by those who express their dislike for the episode with statements like "I changed the channel" and "it's not a show worth watching". The show obviously still generates your interest if you are watching it and deem it necessary to express your disapproval. Unless, and I shudder at the thought, you didn't watch the episode and still deem it necessary to post your hatred toward the show. That is just creepy.
I'm also disheartened by how many individuals posting comments, are oblivious to the art and work that goes into creating scripted entertainment. Are you truly unaware that some of the best humor, no matter how absurd, can still have pathos? It might do several of you a great deal of good, to make efforts to attend live theater, if not for the first time, then go more often. Because you also have missed the point of what Seth MacFarlane created for his 150th episode. And trust me, if you need me to elaborate on that comment, you completely prove my point. Just take the h
For the morons:
I am almost 99% positive Jule. did not mean romantic as a reference to the embrace of love.
I think they meant the idea of Romanticism.
go 2 skewl.
I feel that this episode was great, the beginning was a little weird but the fact of no mentally retarded cutoff jokes made me love this episode!
the person who wrote the review two down (Jule). . . that is the stupidest shit i have ever read. Did you even watch the show?? You are sick to think is was the most romantic thing you have seen in years?? you need to go back in your sheltered life and never turn the TV on again. Most romantic thing you have seen in years?? Ya your right, a dog eating baby shit then licking a bady's ass!! SO ROMANTIC!! Oh and then the talk about killing himself!! you might be the creepest person out there!!! god your messed up. your def of "true love"; eat baby shit, lick the baby's ass, get drunk with the baby, ripe the baby's ear off, and finish it up by talking about killing yourself!! you (Jule) suck as bad as that episode!!
For all of you pretentious idiots who are saying this episode was somehow "brilliant" for being dramatic, IT'S ABOUT A TALKING DOG AND A TALKING BABY! He could have had them reading Shakespeare and it would still be crap because bottom line, you can't have drama in a situation so absurd! It was boring, went on far too long, and completely inappropriate. If you did this on another show ("Family Ties" did episodes like this from time to time), that would be one thing. But "Family Guy" has always presented itself as an outrageous comedy. To make a left turn like this... wow. Desperate for an Emmy, are we?
THis episode was Brilliant. It was funny, thoughtful, complicated and frankly the most romantic thing I have seen on Television in years. Everyone can relate to them and they don't fit in to some "guys are like this and girls are like this" piece of shit commentary. They took universal themes and infused them into these characters and though they may be a baby and a dog their love story is inspiring and can teach us all a thing or thing. The writers at Family Guy and American Dad and their whole team should be very proud and this show and their series keep TV interesting and fun and have become the few show that truly are irreverent, and fearless. I wish this episode would win an emmy award and could be a beacon and a reflection on not only what good writing and comedy can be be - but also a reference for what relationships and true love means.
AWFUL - turned it off before it ended. Seth McFarlane & company are spreading themselves too thin with 3 shows. They must be convinced that we'll think "Oh it's funny cause Brian & Stewie are doing it". Lazy, childish, and unoriginal.
My bad, ment to say the 150th episode not 200th.
I have seen ever FG episode since the show started. I also have then all on dvd and watch them before I go to bed. Until this past season I felt it was the funniest show on tv and used to get PUMPED to watch new episodes on Sunday nights. This pasted season has had a few good moments but was nothing close to as good as it used to be. That 200th episode was so disturbing. It was funny in the beginning, then got so boring, and the ending about suicide was awful. I have never in my life turned off a family guy before the end until this episode. Seth and his writers need to watch the first 5 seasons and get their groove back!!! I don’t even record the episodes anymore. Seth you are losing a lot of fans!! Everyone I talked to the next day said the same thing… Maybe the worst episode EVER!!!!! Defiantly the worst season yet!! SORRY!!!
If the ratio of negative to positive comments here is any indication, Family Guy has somehow wound up with the most clueless, short-sighted audience of any show on television. How do you all find the time to watch between mouth-breathing and armpit farts?
Bravo, Seth. This thing was absolutely brilliant. I think the last three minutes may very well be one of the very best things I've ever witnessed on a TV screen. Here's to changing the game-- Kudos!
I thought it was amazing. I love seeing those character driven emotional moments, and Brian and Stewie are my favorite characters.
This could be done as a play. It was beautiful in a Family Guy sort of way.
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